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Full text of "The King Eagle"

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Donated to the 
King Public Library 
In Memory of 
James Underwood 










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NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-FIVE 



Published by 
THE SENIOR CLASS 

of 
KING HIGH SCHOOL 
King, North Carolina 



Foreword 



As you turn each page in this book, we hope it brings back fond mem- 
ories to you as it does to each of us -the annual staff and the senior class. 

The days we have spent here have been a mixture of joy and sorrow; 
tears and laughter; work and play. 

May your future years at King High School be as happy as ours have 
been. 



Dedication 



As an expression of our appreciation to a most deserving person for 
his guidance, kindness, patience, unselfishness, and sincere interest in 
each individual; we, the Senior Class of 1955 proudly dedicate this edi- 
tion of the KING EAGLE to our Senior Advisor, 

MR. T. H. JOHNSON 







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Mary Sue Tuttle, Associate Editor; Mr. T. H. 
Johnson, Advisor; Oleta Barnes, Editor-in-Chief. 




A. G_ Belcher, James Boyles H 

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Typists. °'-awell, Jacqueline Bennett 




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MR. C. M. FELTS 
Principal 




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MR. T. H. JOHNSON 
Language 

MRS. JO EDWARDS 
English 

MR. J. M. UNDERWOOD 
Mathematics 



MR. MITCHELL FOWLER 
Science 



MRS. VIRGINIA PATTERSON 
Social Studies 

MR. 0. D. MILLS 
Commercial 



Faculty 



MR. SAM FURCHES 
Agriculture 

MRS. MARIE HAYNES 
Home Economics 

MR. 0. T. NEAL 
Physical Education 



MRS. WORTH GENTRY 
Music, Glee Club 

MR. CHARLES DRIVER 
Band 

MISS VIOLA TUTTLE 
Piano 




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OFFICERS 

Don Robertson President 

"Rose" Baker Vice-President 

Pot Moore Corresponding Secretary 

James Smith Recording Secretary 

■Joe Fulk Treasurer 




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JAMES ROOSEVELT BAKER 
"A smile cost nothing, but creates much." 

Class President 1; Vice-President 2; Treasurer 2; 
Vice-President 4; Radio Club 3; Manager Ball Team w; 
F.F.A. 1; Senior Play Cast 4; Paper Staff 4; Commer- 
cial Club 1,4; Student Business Club 4. 

NANCY OLETA BARNES 
"Live to love and love to live." 

Class Officer 1; 4-H 1,2; Piano 1; Junior Varsity 1; 
Basketball Manager 2; Basketball Timer 2,3,4; Dec- 
clamation Contest 2; S.C. Rep. 2,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; 
Ace. 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,4; Secretary 4; Chief Marshal 3; 
Girls State Delegate 3; Bus Captain 3,4; Editor An- 
nual 4; Homecoming Attendant 2; May Day 1,2; Hallo- 
ween Attendant 2,4; Monogram Club 3; Debating Team 
3,4. 



JAMES LEO BAKER 

"Love makes a man think almost as much of a girl as 

he thinks of himself." 

F.F.A. 1,2; Business Club 2,4; Paper Staff 4; Senior 
Play Usher 4; Glee Club 1,2; Commercial Club 4. 

LAURA FAYE BENNETT 

"I'm not lazy, I just haven't found the kind of work I 

like to do." 

Class Reporter 1,4; F.H.A. 1; Paper Staff 4; Senior 
Play 4; Annual Staff 4. 



GEORGE HAYES BARR 
"Give a convict enough rope, and he'll skip." 

Glee Club 1,2,3; F.F.A. 1,2; Commercial Club 2,3,4; 
Students Bus. Club 4; Baseball Manager 1,2,3; Annual 
Staff 4. 

JACQUELINE BENNETT INGRAM 

"Every minute you are angry, you lose 60 seconds of i 

happiness. " 

Glee Club 1; Halloween Queen Attendant 1,3; F.H.A. 
1,2,3; Bus Captain 1,2,3,4; Vice-President 2; S.C. Rep. 
2; May Queen Attendant 2; Class Secretary 2; Annualj , 
Staff 4. 



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ARTHUR GEORGE BELCHER 
"The highway is my home. 

Paper Staff 4; Commercial Club 3,4; Business Club 4; 
Annual Staff 4. 

BETTY LOU CARDWELL 

"I slept and dreamed that life was beauty; I woke and 

found that life was duty." 

Glee Club 1,3,4; F.H.A. 1,3; Art Editor of Paper 4; 
Annual Staff 4; Business Club 4; Ticket Manager Sen- 
ior Play 4. 



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JOSEPH CHARLES BOLEJACK 
"Always hustle and you'll always win." 

F.F.A. 1,4; F.F.A. Officer 1; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Mono- 
gram Club 3,4; Class Officer 2; Annual Staff 4; Com- 
mercial Club 2; Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3; Junior 
Varsity 1; 4-H 1; Bus Captain 2. 

BONNIE ESTELLE COVINGTON 
"All that glitters is not gold." 

F.H.A. 1; Glee Club 1; Commercial Club 2. 




JAMES GRAY BOYLES 

"Life is just one fool thing after another. 

Love is just two fool things after each other." 

F.F.A. 1,2; Business Club 4; Commercial Club 3,4; 
Publicity Manager Senior Play 4; Annual Staff 4; Paper 
Staff 4. 

NORMA BURROW EAST 
"With Tommy ail things are possible." 

Student Council Representative 1; Home Coming At- 
tendant 1; Softball 1,2,3; Junior Varsity 1; Basketball 
2,3; Monogram Club 4; Commercial Club 1,2,3; F.H.A. 
1,2; Librarian 3; 4-H Club 1; School Paper Reporter 
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JOSEPH FULK 
"Still water runs deep." 

Secretary 1,2; Vice-President 3; Treasurer 4; F.F.A. 
1,2; Commercial Club 3; Marshal 3; Science Club 3. 

NORMA J. HUNTER 

"To fall in love is awful simple; but to fall out of 

love is simply awful." 

Glee Club 1,2; Junior Varsity 1; Usher for Senior 
Play 4; F.H.A. 1. 



CLARENCE RAY HALL 
"The best way to kill time is to work it to death." 

F.F.A. 1,2,3,4,5; Commercial Club 3,4,5; Glee Club 
3,4,5; Latin Club 3; Annual Staff 4,5; Representative 
of Student Council 3; President of Class 2; Marshal 3; 
School Bus Driver 3,4,5; Secretary of F.F.A. 5; Rep- 
resentative to Parliamentary Procedure Contest 5. 

WILLIAM GRAY HARRIS 
"Afraid! Well, if they kill you they can't eat you." 

F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; S. C. Representa- 
tive 3,4; Senior Play Cast 4; Boys State Representa- 
tive 3; Business Club 3,4; President Business Club 
4; Circulation Manager Annual 4; Vice-President 3. 




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LA RUE LANKFORD 
"Music Is love in search of a word." 

Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Library Assistant 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3; 
Program Manager Senior Play 4. 

JAMES RANDALL HARTGROVE 
"It is hard for an empty bag to stand upright." 

Glee Club 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2,4; Commercial Club 2; 
Baseball 1,2,3; Basketball Junior Varsity 1 ,2,3; Var- 
sity 4; Annual Staff 4; Monogram Club 3,4. 



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PATSY LEE MOORE 
"It isn't your position that makes you happy or un- 
happy, It's your disposition!" 

Glee Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,4; S. C. Representative 
1; Class Secretary 1; Class Representative 2; French 
Club 1,2; Literary Club 3; Junior Marshal 3; Library 
Assistant 2; Senior Ploy Cast 4; Corresponding Sec- 
retary 4; 1st Typing Medal 3. 

ODIS MARSHALL JAMES 
"Truth conquers ail." 

Stokes County Declamation 1; Green Pasture Speaking 
1; District F.F.A. Speaker 1; World Peace Speaker 2, 
3,4; District Winner 2; Glee Club 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2; 
Vice-President 2; French Club 1,2; 4-H 2; S. C. Rep- 
resentative 1,2; Vice-President 3; President 4; F.F.A. 
Tool Ident. 2; Literary Club 3; Junior Marshal 3; 
W.D.N. C.S.C.C. Delegate 3; Debating Team 3,4; Bus 
Driver 4; Senior Ploy Cast 4; Class Officer 4. 



MARIAN FAYE NORMAN 

"Live to see clearly, and the light v^ill come to you as 

you need it." 

Glee Club 1; F.H.A. 1,2; Senior Play Cast 4; Business 
Club 4. 

GRADY WEARN KISER 
"Love all, trust a fev^r, and do v/rong to none." 

Glee Club 1; F.F.A. 1; Commercial Club 2,4; Business 
Club 4; Annual Staff ^; Bus Driver 3,4. 




EDNA JEANETTE SMITH 

"My idea of an agreeable person is one who agrees 

with me." 

Junior Varsity 1; Basketball Manager 3,4; Softball 
Team 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2; 4-H 1,2; Glee Club 1; Mono- 
gram Club 3,4; Commercial Club 2; Annual Staff 4; 
Literary Club 3; Bus Captain 3. 

DON SPENCER ROBERTSON 
"Lowliness is but young ambition's ladder. 

Vice-President, Class 1; President, Class 2,3,4; Bas- 
ketball Team 2; Baseball Team 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 
1,2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,4; President F.F.A. 4; Bus Driver 
2,3,4; School Paper 4; Representative at Boy's State 
3; Senior Play Cast 4; Annual Staff 4; Commercial 
Club 3; Tool Identification Contest 4. 




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MARY EDITH SMITH 
"Winners never quit, quitters never v^in." 

Basketball 1,2,3,4; Co-Captain 4; All County 2,3; All 
Northwest 3; Softball 1,2,3,4; 4-H 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2; 
Glee Club 1,4; Business Club Secretary 4; Commercial 
Club 2,4; Annual Staff 4; Paper Staff 4; Senior Play 
Cast 4; Class Representative 2. 

JAMES THOMAS SMITH 
"All I want, is all there is and then some." 

Annual Staff 4; Paper Staff 4; Commercial Club 1,4; 
Glee Club 1; Class Officer 1,4; Junior Varsity 1,2; 
Basketball Manager 1,2,3; Monogram Club 3,4; Bus 
Driver 3,4; Baseball Team 3,4; Senior Play 4. 



DORIS GAYNELL TUTTLE 
"While I breathe, I hope." 

F.H.A. 1,3; Glee Club 1; Library Assistant 1,3; Class 
Secretary 2; Annual Staff 4; Senior Play Cast 4. 

WALLACE ALVENIAN TURNER 
"In arguing too he owned a skill, for though van- 
quished long he could argue still." 

Glee Club 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Commercial Club 2; 
Annual Staff 4; F.F.A. Officer 1,4. 




MARY SUE TUTTLE 
"The reward of a thing well done, is to have done It. 

Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Chief 3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; F. 
H.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 2; Home Coming ; Atten- 
dant 1; Recitation Winner 1; Junior Varsity 1,2; 4-H 
Secretary-Treasurer 4; Council 4-H President 2; French 
Club 1,2; S. C. Representative 2,3; Corresponding 
Secretary of S. C. 4; President of Class 2; Library 
Club 2; Vice-President 2; Delegate to N. C. H. L. A. 
2; Girls State Representative 3; State Officer at Girls 
State 3; Debating . Team 4; Marshal 3; Editor of King 
Kracks 4; Senior Play Cost; Associate Editor of An- 
nual 4. 

HAROLD GAYNOR MABE 
"It's better to be seen than to be heard." 

F.F.A. 1,2; Commercial Club 3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3. 



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DAVID EARL LAWSON 
"With her (Susie) I am satisfied." 

F.F.A. 1,4; Glee Club 1,4; Commercial Club 2,4; Busi- 
ness Club 4; Bus Captain 2; Science Club 3,4; 4-H 
Club 1,2; Radio Club 3; Piano 1,2; Senior Play Cast 4. 

SARAH FRANCES WESTMORELAND 

"The funniest thing about a girl is her sense of 

humor." 

Glee Club 1,2; F.H.A. 1; S. C. Representative 1; Lit- 
erary Club 3; Commercial Club 1,3; Annual Staff 4; 
Bus Captain 3; Publicity Manager Senior Play 4. 




JAMES McCOY LAWSON 
"Every cloud has a silver lining." 

Commercial Club 3; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Junior Varsity 1; 
Varsity 2,3; Monogram 3,4; Substitute Bus Driver 2,3,4. 

DOTTY LOU WHITMAN 
"Love conquers all things." 

F.H.A. 1,2; Glee Club 1. 



IT IS BETTER TO REMAIN SILENT AND APPEAR 
IGNORANT THAN TO OPEN ONE'S MOUTH AND RE- 
MOVE ALL DOUBT. 



NAVY and WHITE 



RED CARNATION 

STEVE JOHNSON 
JANE COVINGTON 




berlatives 



MOST ATHLETIC 
Mary Edith Smith - Jimmy Hartgrove 




BEST LOOKING 
Mary Sue Tuttle - James Smith 



BEST PERSONALITY 
Gaynell Tuttle - A. G. Belcher 



CLASS PROPHECY 

Year 1980 

Place Senior Classroom, King High School 

Occasion 25th Annual Reunion of Class of 1955 

Guests Announced As Enter 

The first of the alumni to arrive is Mr. James McCoy Lawson, with his wife and eight lovely children. Mr. Law- 
son is now the Manager of the Dy-dee Supply Company Extension Branch in Dalton, N. C. It is said that he is his 
own best customer. 

Mrs. Jacqueline B. Horton, wife of the Vienna Sausage Millionaire of Bombay, India, has just entered. 

Miss La Rue Lankford, first grade teacher here at the school for the last 20 years. 

Dotty Lou Whitman, private nurse to Lieut. Gen. Harry H. Hartnip as he travels through Europe. 

Mr. Wallace Turner, "Birdeye, the enterprising undertaker," a real gift to mankind. 

Mrs. Norma East, with husband and 5 grandchildren, now owns Eagle Hotel In King. 

Mrs. Gaynell T. Cowpoke, now with husband owns Circle Z Ranch in Ari zona"5,999 acres, 17,419 head of 
cattle. 

Mrs. Faye N. Monroe, famous Broadway Torch singer, now playing the "Storch Club." 

Joe Bolejack, of "Butterfingers" Bolejack's Honest Used Car Lot. 

Mr. and Mrs. William Gray Harris, and three lovely redheaded kids. Mr. Harris is now Undersecretary to Under- 
secretary of Labor of Southern Rhodesia. 

Mrs. Edna S. Ruffner, Cashier in "Seashore Shrimp Shop" of Atlantic, N. J. 

Mrs. Frances W. Kaltenborough, nurse at Morganton State Hospital, N. C. 

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hartgrove and 5 children. Mr. Hartgrove is now a Wholesale Dealer in toothpaste in Birm- 
ingham, Ala. 

Mr. Hayes Barr, Manufacturer of high-heeled shoes for short-legged men. 

Mr. and Mrs. Don Robertson. After graduation from N. C. State, Mr. Robertson opened "Robertson Clinic for 
short-winded Chimpanzees." 

Mr. Otis James, Manager of the Automatic Safety Pin Company. 

Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Belcher. Mr. Belcher now draws pictures for children's Fairy Story books. He gets his ideas 
from his own 4 children, aged 8 months to 5 years. 

Smitty Smith: now "Hotlips Harrigan," the famous motion picture idol, with 168 teen-age fan clubs all over the 
Continent of Europe and America. Latest Picture: "Unconquered. 

Mrs. Betty Lou C. Armstrong, wife of the heir of Armstrong Cork Co. Three little freckle-faced Armstrongs are 
hanging on to her coat tail. 

Miss Norma Hunter, the famous Parisan model for women s apparel. 

Mrs. Estelle Covington Nash, works in husband's Nash Pet Shoppe which specializes in French Poodles - 

pped. 

Mary Sue Tuttle: "Madame Xera," fortuneteller in Chicago. Her most special customers are businessmen. 15 min- 
ute Palm reading - $15.00 - each extra minute - $1.50. 

Mrs. D. A. Greenleaf, the former Miss Oleta Barnes. Her career began as an Airline Hostess with the Trans- 
Orient Airlines Company flying from the Phillippines to Moscow everyday. However, after the first day's trip, she 
was held for investigation for six months. 

Miss Mary Edith Nix, Permanent Wave Artist for the Great Liberace, the Pianist. 

Mr. Jamse Boyles, or Kai-Knook, who is passing as a Chinese in a restaurant in New York where he is Chief 
Chef. 

Leo Baker, who lives up to his name by baking flies into cakes for the prisoners at Sing-Sing Prison. 

Mrs. Faye B. Fsenberg, who is President of N.S.E.L.H. or the National Society for the Extermination of Lazy 
Husbands. 

Mrs. Bonnie Brooks, is now living on a Phillipine Air Base with her husband and 2 white-headed kids. 

Gaynor Mabe, Nationally known cloud-seeker from Denver, Colorado. Guaranteed results every time the con- 
ditions are right! Specializes in hurricanes. 

The Honest Clarence Hall Congressman from N. C. 5th District. Chairman of the 96th Senate Investigating 
Committee. Now in process of investigating himself. 

Mr. Joseph Fulk, M.D.C.M., D.A., R.C.P.S. Professor of Anestesiology and Director of Parapsychology, of 
Duke University, Durham, N. C. 

Mr. Grady Kiser, Advertising Manager for General Motors, specializing in Chevrolet. He owns three himself, 
and gives one to each of his six children on their sixteenth birthday. 

Mrs. Patsy M. McCracken, Reporter on the Danbury Reminder, which is now put out weekly. 

Mr. David Earl, "Slicky" Lawson, professional burglar from Raleigh, N. C. He has fifteen little "Slickfingers" 
at home. 

Mr. Roosevelt Baker, the National Heavyweight Champion Wrestler. He has a habit of throwing roses to the 
ladies in the audience before each, fight. On his nights off he takes his wife and fourteen kids to one of his "Rose- 
bud" Drive-Inn's to see the pictures of his fights. Still drives that old "Gray Battleship." 

Well, everybody's here now - you know it doesn't seem like they were once all together in school - but we II 
have to believe the records. Huh? 



CLASS HISTORY 



The fall of 1951 marked a new Era for 52 excited freshmen, who entered High School with superior 
feelings. The boys and girls were separated. Mr. Lindler and Mrs. Patterson were the room teachers. Presi- 
dent of the boys' class was William Harris. President of the girls* class was Oleta Barnes. Odis James, 
F rancis Westmoreland, William Harris and Patsy Moore were the Student Council Representatives. Our Grade 
Parents were Mrs. Mack Westmoreland and Mrs. Jack Bennett. 

Odis James and Mary Sue Tuttle were active in public speaking. Odis won the Stokes County Dec- 
clamation Medal, and Mary Sue won the School Recitation Honor. 

Mary Edith Smith carried beauty honors by being elected Maid of Honor of the May Court. 

Forty-four Sophomores returned in the fall of '52 to try High School another year. Faye Bennett, a new 
pupil, was welcomed to our class. Mr. Neal and Mrs. Shore were the home room teachers. The two Presi- 
dents of the classes were Don Robertson and Mary Sue'Tuttle. Student Council Representatives were Odis 
James, Oleta Barnes, Mary Sue Tuttle and Jacqueline Bennett. 

This year Odis James was winner of the World Peace Speaking Contest in the school and District. 

When we became Juniors, we were really feeling our importance. Many dropped out of school during 
their Junior year. We were glad to welcome A. G. Belcher as a new member of our class. 

At the first of the year, we began working on the Halloween Carnival. Our advisors were Mr. Lindler 
and Mrs. Hones. Don Robertson was President of the class. Helping him were Joseph Fulk, Vice-President; 
Jacqueline Bennett, Secretary; and Rose Baker, Treasurer. We were proud that our class made the most 
money that had been made on the carnival. 

Representing us on the Student Council were Mary Sue Tuttle, William Harris, and Amajean Boyles. 
Odis James served as Vice-President of the Council this year. 

A good time was enjoyed by all who went to the Ice Capodes in Raleigh. 

The Junior and Senior Banquet was the High-light of the year. Everyone had a swell time at the Y.M.C. 
A. in Elkin where the Banquet was held. 

The Marshals for Commencement were Oleta Barnes, Chief; Joseph Fulk, Patsy Moore, Mary Sue 
Tuttle and Odis James. 

All of us were proud of Mary Edith Smith, who made the all Northwest basketball team. 

Oleta Barnes and Mary Sue Tuttle were representatives to Girls' State. Our Boys' State Representa- 
tives were Don Robertson and William Harris. 

Thirty-four Seniors returned in the fall of '54 to have as our home room teacher a man to whom we 
are deeply grateful, Mr. T. H. Johnson. 

Norma East returned after being out of school a year. Also, we were glad to have Clarence Hall bock 
with us taking a Post Graduate course. 

Our Class Officers are President, Don Robertson; Vice-President, Joseph Fulk; Secretary, "Smitty" 
Smith; Corresponding Secretary, Pat Moore; and Treasurer, "Rose" Baker. 

Mary Sue Tuttle was elected Vice-President of the Stokes County Student Council and was Corre- 
sponding Secretary of the K.H.S. Student Council. Odis James undertook the job as President of the K.H.S. 
Student Council. 

On December 1, we presented a three-act comedy, "The Nervous Wreck." A lot of laughs and thrills 
were in store for all who came. 

At this time we Seniors of '55 are found with one aim in mind; that of receiv ing our diplomas. Then 
we hope to take a firm stand in the world. 



ODIS JAMES 



LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT 



Preamble: 

We, the Senior Class of 1955, being of sound mind and realizing impending departure from this school, do hereby 
declare and make this our last will and testament. 

ARTICLE I 

To the school we leave the fond hope that it will continue to improve in the future years and will always re- 
nrrember our class. 

ARTICLE II 

To our faithful and long suffering principal, Mr. Felts, we leave our heart-felt gratitude for his helpfulness and 
co-operation in leading us to our goal. 

To our teachers, who are our friends and helpers, we leave our wishes that the oncoming students will be 
more willing to abide by the rules and regulations. 

ARTICLE III 

To the Juniors: 
I, Don Robertson, will my superlative, "Best-AI l-Around" to "Duck Boyles, and my part in the senior play to 
Jimmy Beasley. 

I, Edna Smith, will my position as manager of the girls' basketball team to Barbara Smith, and my position as photo- 
grapher on the annual staff to Jimmy Beasley. 

I, "Rose" Baker, will to Richard Westmoreland my ability to carry the senior girls anywhere they want to go in my 
car. 

I, Mary Edith, will my superlative "Most Athletic" to Kay Carroll and haircut to Bernice Burrow. 
I, A. G. Belcher, will to Jimmy Gray Watts my superlative "Best Personality." 
I, Norma East, will my seat in Economics to Helen Wall and my geography book to Nellie Tuttle. 
I, James Smith, will my superlative "Most Handsome" to Frank Robertson. 

I, Faye Norman, will my ability to fall in and out of a school bus to Shelby Jean Bennett and my part in the senior 
play to Shelby Ann Bennett. 

I, Grady Kiser, will to Terry Hutchins my place to uphold the Chevrolet. 
I, Pat Moore, will my part in the senior play to Kay Long. 

I, Leo Baker, will my "Hot Water Six" to Jay Lee Johnson and my big feet to Richard Booze. 

I, Jacqueline Ingram, will my position as annual typist to cousin, Harold Tuttle, and my Economics book to Bonnie 
Wilson. 

I, James Boyles, will my ability to keep everyone laughing to John Smith. 

I, Oleta Barnes, will my superlative "Most Likely To Succeed" to Helen Wall, and my position as Editor-in-Chief 
of the annual to Gerry North. 

I, Odis James, will my ability to learn to Jean Wilkey, my bus to Harold Browder and my position as President of 
the Student Council to Richard Westmoreland. 

I, Gaynell Tuttle, will to Barbara Smith my Superlative "Best Personality." 

I, David Earl Lawson, will my reckless driving to "Duck" Boyles and my ability to cheat to "Luke" Lawson. 
I, Mary Sue Tuttle, will my costume jewelry In the Senior Play to Doris Hill. 

I, Wallace Turner, will my position as photographer on the annual staff to Billy Joe Boles, and my ability to stay 
away from the patrolman to Doy Boyles. 

I, Bonnie Holder, will my ability to aggravate Mrs. Patterson to Gloria Tuttle and Jo Ann Hampton. 
I, James Lawson, will my fast driving to Max Covington. 

I, Hayes Barr, will my seat in Study Hall to Billy Dodson and my Typewriter to Royce Flynt. 
I, Joseph Fulk, will my superlative "Most Intellectual" to Rex Baker. 
I, Faye Bennett, will to Ann Spainhour my superlative "Best-AI l-Around." 

I, Jimmy Hartgrove, will my superlative "Most Athletic" to Frank Robertson, and my ability to stay up late at night 
to Laine Ferguson. 

I, William Gray Harris, will my part in the Senior Play to Blaine Ferguson and my ability to aggravate Mrs. Patterson 
and still stay in class to Leon Craddock. 

I, Betty Lou Cardwell, will my position as Art Editor to Jay Lee Johnson and my position as annual typist to Ralph 
Voss. 

I, Gaynor Mabe, will to Teddy Clanton and Bobby Bennett my ability to sleep in Study Hall. 

I, Dotty Lou Whitman, will my Economics book to Kay McGee and my ability to aggravate Mr. Underwood in Study 
Hall to Ruth Newsome. 

I, Joe Bolejack, will my ability to blush at almost anything to Jim Robertson. 

I, Norma Hunter, will my seat in Economics Class to Iris Southern and my book to Obia Ann Smith. 

I, La Rue Lankford, will my quietness to Eutica Lackey and my ability to get along with people to Barbara Ann 
Smith. 

I, Estelle Covington, will my second year typing practice to Albert Newsome and my ability to aggravate people 
to Marie Key and Jimmy Smith. 

I,. James Boyles, will to John Smith my pocketwatch. 
I, Frances, will' to my "cuz" - Wayne Edwards - my ability to pester my classmates. 



WITNESSES: 
Edna Smith 
Mary Sue Tuttle 



■FRANCES WESTMORELAND 
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Rex Baker President 

Kay Long Secretary 

Helen Wall Treasurer 

Billy Joe Boles Vice-President 



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BOBBY BENNETT 

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SHELBY JEAN BENNETT 
HAROLD BROWDER 






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LEON CRADDOCK 
DORIS HILL 



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TERRY HUTCHENS 
JAY LEE JOHNSON 
MARIE KEY 



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EVERETT KISER 
EUTICIA LACKEY 
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KAY McGEE 
ALBERT NEWSOM 
RUTH NEWSOM 



ANN SPAINHOUR 
NELLIE TUTTLE 
JIMMY WATTS 



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JIMMY BEASLEY 
SHELBY ANN BENNETT 



BILLY JOE BOLES 
DONALD GRAY BOYLES 
DONALD BOYLES 



RICHARD BOOZE 

(Not Pictured) 
BERNICE BURROW 
KAY CARROLL 



TEDDY CLANTON 
BILLY DODSON 
JIMMY EAST 
(Not Pictured) 



WAYNE EDWARDS 
NORMAN FULK 
ROYCE FLYNT 



BLAINE FERGUSON 
LAINE FERGUSON 
JO ANN HAMPTON 











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JUNIORS 



LUTHER LAWSON 

KAY LONG 

FRANK ROBERTSON 



JIM ROBERTSON 
BARBARA ANN SMITH 
BARBARA SMITH 



JIMMY SMITH 
JOHN SMITH 
GLORIA TUTTLE 



HAROLD TUTTLE 
JOHN TUTTLE 
RALPH VOSS 



RICHARD WESTMORELAND 
HELEN WALL 
JEANWILKEY 



BONNIE WILSON 
OBIA ANN SMITH 
IRIS SOUTHERN 




OFFICERS 



John Baker 

Betty Sii.ith 

Carolyn Jones 
Priscilla New. 



President 

Vice-President 
. Secretary 



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Betty Gay Shore... 

Rae Smith 

Bonnie Robertson 
Mae Binkley 



. President 
...Reporter 
.Secretary 
...Reporter 




SOPHOMORES 



RACHEL BENNETT 
WILLIAM BENNETT 
FAYE BINKLEY 
ELIZABETH BOOE 



MYRA BOYLES 
HELEN BURROW 
JEAN COVINGTON 
PHYLIS DAVIS 



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THELMA DODSON 
PEGGY HUNTER 
CAROLYN JONES 



FRED KAPP 
BOBBY LAW 
AVOLINE MABE 
PAUL NORMAN 



JUNIOR PRESTON 
PEGGY ROBERTS 
BETTY SHORE 
TERRY SHOUSE 
BILLY SMITH 



DON SMITH 
RAE SMITH 
FRANCES SOUTHERN 
DELLA TUCKER 
BARBARA WATTS 



SOPHOMORES 



JOHN BAKER 
GAYLE BELCHER 
MAE BINKLEY 
KENNETH BURROW 



MARTHA JANE COE 
JEANETTE COVINGTON 
LORAINE FALKENBERRY 
MARY ANN GIBSON 



TANNIE GRIFFIN 

WAYNE HUNTER (Not Pictured) 

DON LEWIS 

BETTY MABE 



BOBBY MIDDLETON 
PRISCILLANEW 
OLENE RIERSON 
BONNIE ROBERTSON 



BETTY SMITH 
KEITH SMITH 
SHIRLEY THOMAS 
LANIS TUTTLE 



BETTY JO WALL 
PATSY WHITE 
VICTOR MOSER 
HAROLD HOLDER 





OFFICERS 

Arlie Faye Boyles President 

Linda Lawson V ice-President 

Mary Elizabeth Jones Secretary 

Virginia Moorefield V ice-President 

Robert Slate President 

Jane Wyatt Caudle Secretary 

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HAROLD BAKER 
JACK BARR 
JUNE FULK 
LORENE GORDON 



RETA JONES 
ODELL LANKFORD 
BARBARA LAWSON 
LINDA LAWSON 



MAXINE LAWSON 

(Not Pictured) 
JEANETTE LYNCH 
BOBBY MABE 
J. E. MOSER 



BARBARA NANCE 
BILLY NEWSOM 
LINDA NEWSOME 
LOUIS NEWSOM 



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DON SIZEMORE 
ROBERT SLATE 
MINNIE RUTH SMITH 





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JANICE SMOOT 
EDDIE SNIDER 
FRED THOMAS 



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DAPHNE TUTTLE 
JAMES WALSH 



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MAX BENNETT 
SYLVIA BENNETT 
ARLIE FAYE BOYLES 
SHELBY BOYLES 



LINDA CALLOWAY 
JANE CAUDLE 
BOBBY COVINGTON 
NANCY CREWS 



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FRANKLIN GORDON 
LINDA HALL 
CARLOS HOLDER 
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BENNY JOHNSON 
MARY E. JONES 
GREG KIRBY 
LENWOOD LAWSON 



RUBY LOVE 
AVOLINE MARSHALL 
VIRGINIA MOREFIELD 
PATSY NEWSOM 



FRANCES RUMLEY 
WINONA SIZEMORE 
BOBBIE SOUTHERN 
BETTY SPAINHOUR 



KENNETH SPAINHOUR 

JANE TUTTLE 

ROBERT WESTMORELAND 



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FACTS ABOUT SENIORS 



NAME 

Oleta 
Don 

James L. 
Bonnie 
La Rue 

Clarence 

Norma 

Odis 

Betty Lou 

Jackie 

Grady 

"Bird-eye" 

"Smitty" 

David 

"Heartburns' 
Edna 
Gaynor 
"Tildey" 
Leo 

"Willie" 
Joe B. 
hdie 
Faye B. 
A. G. 
Gaynell 

"Pat" 
"Pee Wee" 
Hayes 
Joe F. 

Frances 
"Rose" 
"Red" 
Estelle 
Faye N. 
Susie 



FAVORITE SONG 

because 

'Little Brown Jug" 
'I Don't Hurt Anymore" 
'Let Me Go Lover" 
'Where Thou Goest I 

Will Go" 
'This Ole House" 
'Lord, Lead Me On" 
'Forget Me Not" 
'RightWill Always Win" 
'Hearts of Stone" 
'Mr. Sandman" 
'One-By-One" 
'Mr. Sandman" 
'You'll Never Walk 

alone 
'The Love of God" 
'Let Me Go, Lover" 
'One By One" 
'Hearts of Stone" 

Never 

'Teach Me Tonight" 
'Give Me Your Word" 
'Teach Me Tonight" 
'Changing Partners" 
'Mr. Sandman" 
'No One Will Ever 

Know" 
'This Ole House" 

Never 

'This Ole House" 
'Honey Love" 

'Mr. Sandman" 

'Mr. Sandman" 

'Do Lord" 

'I've Been With Jesus" 

'I Need You Now" 

'Mr. Sandman" 



HOBBY 

Sewing 

Sleeping 

Cars 

Writing Letters 

Singing ' 

Going to see Barbara 

Sewing 

Public Speaking 

Singing & Playing Piano 

Jack 

Working on Motors 

Telling Lies 

Girls 

Girls 

Sports 

Going 

Playing Cards 

Sleeping 

Dating 

Going 

Going to see Dixie 

Playing Basketball 

Sewing 

Girls 

Collecting Records 

Aggravating Teachers 

Cooking 

Hunting 

Sleeping 

Playing Records 
Doing Nothing 
Making Pictures 
Collecting Snapshots 
Dreaming of Redheads 
Cheerleoding 



AMBITION 

Airline Hostess 

Pres. Chrysler Corporation 

Undecided 

Singer 

Singer 

State Patrolman 

Secretary 

Minister 

Travel & Music 

Interior Decorating 

Engineer 

Undertaker 

FlyaJetat 10,000 M.P.H. 

Drive a stock car 

First Fire Chief of King 

First Lady Cop in King 

Live a happy life 

Pres. of Ford Motor Co. 

Race-Driver 

Have Fastest car in King 

Pres. of Yale 

Basketball Coach 

Secretary 

Race Driver 

Social Worker 

To be happy 

Be better wife & mother 
FirstPolice Chief of King 
Become Gov. of N. C. or 

Mayor of King 
Nurse 

Admiral of Pacific Fleet 
Nurse 
Secretary 

Live on the Slate farm 
Nurse 




AciuutLe^ 



ODIS JAMES 
President 



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STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS 



FRANK ROBERTSON 
V ice-President 



PRISCILLA NEW MARY SUE TUTTLE 

Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary 



PATSY NEWSOME 
Treasurer 



STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES 

Seated: Jack Barr, Betty Wall, Kay Long, John Baker. Standing: Mr. Underwood, Advisor; Ann 
Spainhour, Myra Boyles, Jimmy Watts, William Harris, Richard Westmoreland, Frances Rumley, 
Oleta Barnes, Mrs. Edwards, Advisor. 





STUDENTS BUSINESS CLUB 

Seated: Mary Edith Smith, Secretary; William Harris, 
President. Standing: Kay Long, Reporter; Clarence Hall, 
Reporter; Gloria Tuttle, Vice-President; Ann Spainhour, 
Treasurer; Mr. Mills, Advisor. 




DEBATING TEAM 

Front Row: Mary Sue Tuttle, Oleta Barnes. Second Row. 
Mr. Johnson, Advisor; Terry Hutchins, Odis James. 




SENIOR PLAY CAST 

Faye Norman, James Smith, Gaynell Tuttle, "Rose" 
Baker, Edith Smith, William Harris, Joe Bolejack, Don 
Robertson, David Lawson, Patsy Moore, Mary Sue Tuttle. 



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GLEE CLUB 

First Row: M. S. Tuttle, P. New, R. Bennett, P. Hunter, L. Falkenberry, J. Hampton, H. Wall, R. Smith, 
P. Moore, M.- Binkley, V. Moorefield, J. Lynch, B. Nance, S. Bennett. Second Row: B. Newsome, Accom- 
paniest; 0. Barnes, J. Smoot, M. Lawson, L. Calloway, M. Gibson, K. McGee, L. Newsome, S. Bennett, 
R. Westmoreland, B. Smith, J. Wilkey, S. Thomas, H. Burrow, B. Burrow, D. Tucker, F. Binkley. T/i/rc/ 
Row; D. Robertson, W. Harris, E. Kiser, C. Hall, R. Baker, J. Bolejack, L. Tuttle, B. Wall, G. Tuttle, 
J. Caudle, 0. Rierson, B. Watts, B. Cardwell, L. Lankford, M. Gentry, Director. 



BAND 

Front RoW: J. Boyles, N. Hall, A. McGee, S. Boles, S. Southern, B. Kiser, 0. Cranfill, J. Smith, B. Shore, 
K. Carroll, K. Long, R. Slate. Seconc/ Row:V. Boles, B. Brown, R. Boyles, S. Watts, N. Barr, S. Pulliam, 
S. Williams, J. Felts, K. Garner, B. Moore, E. Moser. Third Row: Charles Driver, Director; L. Booe, T. 
Newsome, J. Moser, B. Law, W. Long, B. Long, J. Newsome, G. Voss, T. Hutchens, B. Newsome. Fourth 
Row: T. Cox, P. Newsome, L. Lawson, M. Loggins, D. Lewis, H. Baker, H. Gentry, W. Smith, S. Hill, 
W. Southern. 



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FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA 

Firs^ Row: R. Smith, Historian; 0. Barnes, Recording Secretary; R. Jones, Treasurer; B. Wall, Vice- 
President; J. Caudle, Corresponding Secretary; M. Boyles, Program Chairman; J. Hampton, Song Leader; 
M. Binkly, Reporter; H. Wall, President. Second /?oW; L. Gordon, A. Boyles, D. Tuttie, B. Smith, G. 
Belcher, J. Covington, J. Covington, J. Lynch, P. New, B. Lawson, V. Moorefield, B. Nance. Third Row: 
M. Haynes, Advisor; M. S. Tuttie, R. Love, R. Thomas, L. Falkenberry, P. Hunter, M. Gibson, K. McGee, 
S. Bennett, F. Rumley, L. Lawson, M. Jones, S. Thomas, P. Moore. Fourth Row: M. Lawson, L.Callo- 
way, R. Bennett, B. Spainhour, P. White, M. J. Cole, 0. Rierson, B. Shore, B, Robertson, C. Jones, W. 
Sizemore, L. Booe, B. Watts. 

FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA 

First Row: W. Turner, Sentinel; C. Hall, Secretary; B. Ferguson, Reporter; B. Boles, V ice-President; 
D. Boyles, Treasurer; D. Robertson, President (Not Pictured). Second Row: J. Moser, F. Capp, K. Smith, 
C. Newsom, B. Middleton, K. Burrow, D. Smith, B. Bennett, H. Tuttie, D. Sizemore, B. Mabe, D. Lawson, 
W. Edwards, B. Southern, J. Lankford. Third /?oW: S. Furcher, Advisor; R. Baker, D. Lewis, R. Booze, 
J. Baker, L. Lawson, J. Hartgrove, W. Hunter, H. Browder, B. Johnson, J. Smith, J. Tuttie, F. Thomas. 
Fourth Row: E. Kiser, J. Robertson, K. Spainhour, E. Snider, L. Tuttie, J. Smith, J. Lawson, J. Preston, 
J. Bolejack, T. Kiger, L. Epperson. 



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SCHOOL PAPER STAFF 

Seated: Kay Long, A. G. Belcher, James Smith. 
Standing: Betty Lou Cardwell, Harold Tuttle, 
William Harris, "Rose" Baker, Don Robertson, 
Edith Smith, Leo Baker, James Boyles, Mr. 
Mills, Advisor. 





BUS DRIVERS 

Odis James, Grady Kiser, John Smith, Frank 
Robertson, Clarence Hall, Don Robertson, James 
Smith. 



LIBRARY ASSISTANTS 

Seated: La Rue Lankford, Betty Wall, Priscilia 
New, Bernice Burrow. Standing: Helen Wall, 
Euticia Lackey, Nellie Tuttle, Mrs. Patterson, 
Advisor. 




CAFETERIA STAFF 



Mrs. Barr, Cashier; Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Kiser, Mrs. 
Baker, Mrs. Boyles, Mrs. Williams, Supervisor. 









GIRLS' BASKETBALL 

Ann Spainhour, Libba Booe, Bonnie Robertson, Betty Shore, Jeanette Covington, Kay Carroll, Minnie Ruth 
Smith, Mary Edith Smith, Carolyn Jones, Pat White, Myra Boyles, Jean Covington, Roe Smith, Mr. Neol, 
Cooch. 







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BOYS' BASKETBALL 

John Baker, Richard Westmoreland, Laine Ferguson, Max Covington, John Smith, Jay Lee Johnson, Lanis 
Tuttle, Jimmy Beasley, Frank Robertson, Donald Boyles, Jimmy Hartgrove, Luther Lawson, Mr. Neal, 
Coach. 




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GIRLS' JUNIOR VARSITY 

Barbara Lawson, Tannie Griffen, Mary Ann Gibson, Linda Lawson, Sylvia Bennett, Reta Jones, 
Jane Caudle, Mary Elizabeth Jones, Frances Rumley, Arlie Faye Boyles, Avaline Marshall, Daphne 
Tuttle, Mr. Neal, Coach. 

BOYS' JUNIOR VARSITY 

Front Row: "Dusty" Baker, Jack Barr, Blaine Ferguson, Bobby Middieton, Kenneth Burrow. 
Standing: Mr. Neal, Coach; Don Lewis, Larry Epperson, Wayne Edwards, Bob Covington. 



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SOFTBALL TEAM 

First Row; L. Booe, J. Covington, J. Covington, R. Smith, A. Spoinhour, P. White. Second Row: 
M. R. Smith, B. Shore, B. Robertson, C. Jones, M. Boyles, M. Coe. Third Row: K. Carroll, 0. 
Neal, Coach; M. E. Smith, A. Boyles. 

BASEBALL TEAM 

First RovJ: Don Boyles, Manager; Don Robertson, Jim Robertson, Loine Ferguson, Blaine Fergu- 
son, John Baker, Manager. Second Row: Jimmy Hartgrove, Joe Bolejack, Lanis Tuttle, Harold 
Holder, John Smith, Frank Robertson. 




CHEERLEADERS 

Daphne Tuttle, Priscilla New, Bobby Law, Mary Sue Tuttle, Chief; Albert Newsome, Sylvia Ben- 
nett, Barbara Lawson, Mr. Mills, Advisor. 



BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 



DATE: 



Nov. 



Dec. 



16 

19 

23 

30 

3 

7 

10 

14 

17 

21 

4 

7 

11 



OPPONENT: 

North Davidson 

Pinnacle 

North Davidson 

Francisco 

Germanton 

Hones 

Francisco 

Pine Hall 

Hones 

Nancy Reynolds 

Pinnacle 

Germanton 

Pine Hall 



DATE: 



Jon. 



Feb. 



14 

18 

22 

25 

28 

1 

5 

8 

11 

15 

18 

22 

25 



OPPONENT: 
Walnut Cove 

Pilot Mountain 

Nancy Reynolds 
Stoneville 
Pilot Mountain 
Lawsonville 
Walnut Cove 



Gray 
Gray 




Seated: Miss Edwards, Miss Helsabeck, Mrs. Matthews, Mrs. Moser, Mrs. Barr, Mrs. Taylor. 
Standing: Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Garner, Mrs. Hutchens, Mrs. Brandon, Miss Hutchens, 
Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. Boyles, Mrs. Gentry, Mrs. Kiser, Miss Carson, Mrs. Whitt, Mrs. Gilfrey, Mr. 
Silvery. 




GRAMMAR GRADE 
STUDENT COUNCIL 



FIRST ROW: Wayne Southern, Sec- 
retary; Larry Robertson, President; 
Joe Smith, Vice-President; Susan 
Southern, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: 
K. Hall, W. Long, J. Meadows, J. 
Smith, A. Butner, B. Long, L. Boy- 
les, D. Boles, M. Lawson, S. Wil- 
liams. THIRD ROW: Miss Edwards, 
Advisor; M. Loggins, B. Brown, D. 
Cardwell, D. Tuttle, S. Simmons, 
J. Boyles, J. Mabe, J.Johnson. 



EIGHTH GRADE 



MRS. BRANDON 
FIRST ROW: L. Boyles, L. Robbins, 
R. Carroll, B. Browder, F. Mc- 
Knight, N. White, T. Hutchins, A. 
Fulk, B. Wilson, B. Long, M. Dod- 
son, J. Moser, B. Newsome, J.Voss, 
G. Belcher. SECOND ROW: Mrs. 
Brandon, D. Boles, L. Newsome, K. 
Hall, B. Cain, J. Tedder, W. Weav- 
er, D. Kiser, M. Moore, B. Palmer, 
L. Robertson, B. Middleton, P.Sim- 
mons, N. Westmoreland, M. Gibson, 
B. Newsome. 




EIGHTH GRADE 



MRS. MOSER 
FIRST ROW: M. Loggins, P. Crews, 
S. Mclnturff, J. WolfF, A. Brown, J. 
Boyles, B. Inman, P. Binkley, C. 
Calloway, H. Mabe, G. Duggins, S. 
Southern, D. Smith. SECOND ROW: 
Mrs. Moser, S. Hill, B. Bennett, T. 
Cox, H. Slate, M. Fulk, W. Smith, 
F. Badgett, D. Marshall, D. East, 
N. Calloway. THIRD ROW: W. 
Southern, P. Carroll, D. Boyles, S. 
Painter, W. Searcy, E. Goff, N. Moon, 
A. Cox, J. Hunter, L. Cox, P. Mc- 
Gee. 




SEVENTH GRADE 



MRS. KISER 
FIRST ROW: D. Walsh, W. Wall, 0. 
Cranfill, L. Smith, R. Southern, E. 
Booze, S. Fulk, P. Cox, E. Bennett, 
G. Venable, E. MIddleton, B.Hall, 
S. Calhoun. SECOND ROW: G. Flip- 
pin, J. Newsome, J. Webster, P. 
Smith, J. Brandon, C. Pulliam, J. 
Tuttle, B. Cromer, J. Mabe, B.Wall, 
W. Culler, R. Tucker. THIRDROW: 
D. Fulk, J. McGee, J. Duggins, J. 
Mabe, D. Tuttle, J. Snider, L.Ep- 
person, B. Sands, R. Jessup. 





SEVENTH GRADE 



MISS HELSABECK 
FIRST ROW: P. Bennett, G. War- 
ren, A. Gordon, J. Lawson, J. Slate, 
T. Denney, C. Moser, R. Boyles, E. 
Griffin, J. Felts, M. Swisher, S. Barr. 
SECOND ROW: D.Johnson, J. John- 
son, A. Webster, R. Newsome, J. 
Craddock, S. Boyles, N. Bennett, J. 
Johnson, R. Norman, S. Watts, N. 
Southern. THIRD ROW: H. Gentry, 
D. White, B. Martin, J. Merser, D. 
Smith, R. Southern, J. Watts, D. 
Cardwell, N. Barr, J. Smith. 



SIXTH GRADE 



MRS. LEWIS 
FIRST ROW: J. Butner, H. Bennett, 
J. Weaver, V. McGee, L. Boyles, P. 
Wall, P. Simmons, J. Newsome, B. 
Atwood, 1. East, T. Browder, M. 
Dodson. SECOND ROW: E. Martin, 
B. Moore, D. Fulp, T. Barneycastle, 
J. Lankford, A. Ingram, D. Smjth, 
L. Holder, D. Hartgrove, E. Hender- 
son, G. Tuttle, L. Redding. THIRD 
ROW: Mrs. Lewis, L. Gibson, B. S. 
Brown, N. Boles, N. Gravely, P. 
Slawter, R. Watts, B. Binkley, S. 
Bennett. 





SIXTH GRADE 



MR. SILVEY 
FIRST ROW: W. Burrow, M. Law- 
son, G. Robbins, S. Southern, B. 
Long, J. Calloway, M. Smith, L. 
Calhoun, B. Stone, B. Spalnhour, 
C. Smith, N. Moser, D. Southern. 
SECOND ROW:L. Gordon, E. Moser, 
B. Neal, N. Carrol, F. Southern, P. 
Duggins, T. Adkins, R. Tuttle, A. 
Butner, T. Jones, B. Tuttlo. THIRD 
ROW: Mr. Silvey, F. McGee, K. 
Garner, E. Brown, W. Smith, S.Bar- 
ber, D. Webster, L. Slate, C.Cal- 
houn, R. Bennett, D. East, D. Sni- 
der. 



FIFTH AND 
SIXTH GRADES 



MISS EDWARDS 
FIRST ROW: J. Collins, A. Crad- 
dock, K. Bennett, D. Gordon, J. 
Mickey, J. Calhoun, B. Grandy, J. 
Bennett, B.Westmoreland, N. Smith, 
K. Edwards, B. Robertson, J. Sou- 
thern, M. James, B. Kirby. SECOND 
ROW: Miss Edwards, J. Southern, 
L. Voss, F. Barr, J. Smith, J. Bole- 
jack, M. Tuttle, M. Kiser, J. Bran- 
don, T. Dodson, D. Boles, J. Smith, 
J. Duggins, J. Smith. 





FIFTH GRADE 

MRS. HUTCHINS 
FIRST ROW: C. Smith, W. Long, N. 
Palmer, B. Walsh, K. Lawson, G. 
Watts, B. Kirby, B. Mabe, J. Mea- 
dows, G. McGee, G. Boyles, B. 
Bennett, R. Ashby, G. Kirby, J. V. 
Boles. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Hutch- 
ins, T. Love, B. Bledsoe, T.Denny, 
M. Carroll, R. Gordon, W. Tuttle, 
B. Atkins, C. Southern, H. Shen- 
aolt, E. J. Smith, V. Boles, B. J. 
York, L. Coe, J. Marshall, D. New- 
some. 



FIFTH GRADE 



MRS. MOORE 
FIRST ROW: C. Hall, C. Barr, L. 
Mabe, G. Barber, D. Coe, B. Kiser, 
L. Stone, S. Williams, B. Southern, 
B. McGee, F. Brown, R. Craddock, 
N. Duggins, L. East, P. Cummings, 
B. Calloway, G. Southern. SECOND 
ROW: Mrs. Moore, J. Johnson, U. 
Lynch, P. Lytle, C. Newsome, B. 
Moore, L. Duggins, P. Inman, P. 
Henderson, B. Smith, A. Collins, S. 
Gordon, J. Byrd, D. Bledsoe, N. 
Tuttle, B. Watts. 





FOURTH GRADE 



MISS CARSON 
FIRST ROW: R.^ C. Gordon, V. Boy- 
les, J. Watson, J. East, F. Flippin, 
V. Burrow, J. Barr, P. Alexander, 

D. Newsome, R. Binkley, G. Smith, 

E. R. Conrad, D. Wilson, J. At- 
wood. SECOND ROW: P. Inman, D. 
Bennett, S. Covington, F. Stewart, 
J. Pulliam, A. Southern, L. B. Ben- 
nett, C. Voss, J. Tedder, J. Jessup, 
N. Cain, P. Edmonds, J. Gibson, R. 
Marshall, M. A. Gentry, S. Newsome. 



FOURTH GRADE 



MRS. MATTHEWS 
FIRST ROW: J. Bovender, S. Shouse, 
S. Banner, C. Driver, M. McGee, H. 
Parris, Al. Southern, R. Barney- 
castle, S. Sprinkle, A. Covington, 
L. Flippin, J. Bledsoe, B. Southern, 
T. Wood, P. Key. SECOND ROW: 
Mrs. Matthews, D. Long, N. Hall, 
P. Kiser, K. Robertson, B.Mickey, 
T. W. Priddy, D. Browder, K. Hart- 
grove, G. Gentry, L. Painter, C. 
Bowen, J. Shore . 





THIRD AND 
FOURTH GRADES 



MRS. TAYLOR 
FIRST ROW: B. Hensley, G. Ben- 
nett, J. Butner, A. Boles, P. Kir- 
by, J. Moser, N. Tuttle, J. Smith, 
S. Moser, W. Watson, K. Hoilman, 
M. Craddock, J. Webster, A. Smith, 
N. Edmonds, M. Warner. SECOND 
ROW: Mrs. Taylor, L. Bledsoe, K. 
Smith, T. Fulk, J. Redding, T. 
Tuttle, J. Snider, Mabe, G. Bar- 
ber, W. Slate, D. Lawson, S. Wall, 
D. Smoot. 



THIRD GRADE 



MRS. GILFRY 
FIRST ROW: N. Martin, A. L. Prid- 
dy, J. Key, K. Gordon, J. McGee, 
L. Covington, D. James, M. Rich- 
ardson, J. Martin, D. Carroll, P. 
Boyles, W. White, J. Adams, D. 
Mabe, B. Moore, R. Gibson. SECOND 
ROW: N. Fulk, R. Wall, J.Marshall, 
R. L. Calloway, H. Priddy, K. 
Moore, J. Moon, F. Collins, R. 
White, L.Watson, P. Vance, K.Goff, 
P. J. Mabe. 




THIRD GRADE 



MRS. BOYLES 
FIRST ROW: B. S. Newsome, J. T. 
Barneycastle, P. Love, A. Pruitt, 
T. White, L. Hunter, T. G. Johnson, 
S. Johnson, G. Nev*?some, K. Mc- 
Knight, G. Duggins, G. Holder, B. S. 
Fulk, S. Vogler, W. Davis. SECOND 
ROW: Mrs. Boyles, R. Burnette, J. 
Long, K. Bolejack, C. Moorefield, 
B. J. Badgett, J. Harrison, C. Flip- 
pin, D. Atkins, C. Woods, W. Davis, 
J. Loggins, S. Boyles, H. Smith, K. 
Kiser, B. Spainhour, R. Mabe, L. 
Crews. 



SECOND GRADE 



MRS. WHITT 

FIRST ROW: T. Gorson, J. Crews, 

B. Booze, J. Needham, D. Payne, 

B. Smith, A. Goodman, F. James, 

H. Mabe, B. Love, S. Newsome, M. 

Kirby, J. GofF, J. McGee, R. Tedder, 

D. Shouse, L. Southern, L. Wood. 

: SECOND ROW: Mrs. Whitt, E. Neal, 

J. Smith, C. Slate, D. Moore, G. 

I Bennett, S. Meadwell, R. Coe, E, 

I Fulk, E. Boyles, S. Smith, E. White, 

L. Lanl<ford, J. Cain, G. Hunter, D. 

Smith, J- Bledsoe. 





SECOND GRADE 



MRS. BARR 
FIRST ROW: V. Vogler, W. Stone, J. 
Martin, C. Baker, D. Meadows, G. 
Watson, G. Bennett, L. Ingram, J. 
East, R. Kiser, L. Cox, E. Mc- 
Knight, K. Johnson, M. New, K. 
Hensley, P. Love. SECOND ROW: 
A. Barr, S. Driver, L. Craddock, J. 
Ashby, G. Hicks, G. Gibson, J. 
Fulk, D. Boyles, S. Lawson, P.Jen- 
kins, A. Johnson, S. Lawson, D. 
Mabe, H. Timmons, K. Spainhour, 
J. Houser, S. Burge. 



SECOND GRADE 



MRS. GARNER 
FIRST ROW: B. Watson, A. Key, L. 
Cox, B. Tuttle, G. Gordon, S. Over- 
by, L. Barber, J. Stanley, B. Col- 
lins, J. Marshall, H. Southern, L. 
Key, S. Tuttle, D. Roberts, P. Gor- 
don, G. Smith, G. Hall. SECOND 
ROW: C. Wilson, K. Hall, H. G. 
Tedder, N. Newsome, K. Smith, J. 
Hall, S. Griffin, C. Calloway, M. Wil- 
son, L. Boles, J. Scott, B. Coving- 
ton, L. Spainhour, F. Seels, R. 
Westmoreland, E. Voss, R. Goff. 





FIRST GRADE 



MRS. GENTRY 
FIRST ROW: J. Vogler, G. Collins, 

A. Smith, D. Gibson, H. Bennett, S. 
Clifton, G. Stone, R. Slate, B. Pe- 
tree, G. Gordon, T. Jessup, N. 
Westmoreland, K.Jackson, P.Kiger, 

B. Felts, S. Holder. SECOND ROW: 
M. E. Gentry, P. Mabe, N. Bryant, 
M. A. Key, J. Newsome, T. Hinson, 

C. Kiser, R. Fulk, P. Martin, 5. 
Tedder, N. Moon, D. Brandon, J. 
CaJloway, J. Spease, K.Bledsoe, 
B. Jettords, V. Bennett. 



FIRST GRADE 



MRS. STEWART 
FIRST ROW: D. Gordon, J. Boyles, 
H. Moser, B. J. Dodson, V. Callo- 
way, M. Edwards, C. W. Kirby, J. 
Brown, F. Pulliam, P. Smith, D. 
Mabe, C. Covington, L. Kiser, J. 
Lawson, J. Mickey, R. Barneycastle. 
SECOND ROW: A. Stewart, Teacher, 
D. Southern, L. Fulk, J. Blakley,D. 
New, C. Southern, B. Gordon, E. 
Sands, J. Collins, H. Lawson, B. 
Hall, K. H., L. Smith, P. Watts, N. 
Atkins, A. Gunnell, D. Smith. 





FIRST GRADE 



MISS HUTCHENS 
FIRST ROW: E. James, B. Lewis, L. 
Southern, D. Walters, J. Belcher, L. 
Smith, R.Hall, J. Slate, D. McKnight, 
D. Love, L. Meadows, B. Westmore- 
land, D. Bledsoe, A. Bledsoe, R. Ki- 
ser, K. Newsome. SECOND ROW: M. 
Smith, J. Brown, B. Duggins, E. 
Smith, M. J. Pulliam, N. Newsome, 
B. Kiser, D. Cox, W. L. Browder, J. 
Webster, L. Southern, C. Fulk, A. 
Denny, M. E. Gatewood, B. Hauser. 







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GENTRY & MOSER CO. 

Elecfrical Appliances 

WESTERN AUTO 
ASSOCIATE STORE 

Groceries — Fresh Meats 

Frozen Foods 

Phone YU-3-8590 

KING, N. C. 



Gordon's Hardware 

Everything For the Farmer 

Phone YU-3-8595 

King, N. C. 

Compliments of 









WALL ESSO SERVICE 

Phone YU-3-8891 
King, N. C. 



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HERMAN'S CLOTHING 

Home-Owned end Operated 
King, N. C. 



Compliments of 

ESTHER'S BEAUTY 
SHOP 

PRUITT'S BARBER SHOP 

King, N. C. 






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KING DRUG CO. 

King, N. C. 

Prescriptions A Specialty 

"Shop Here and Save" 
Phone YU-3-9285 






Visit The 

FRIENDLY BEAUTY 
SHOPPE 

Mrs. C. H. Trawick, Owner 

Mrs. Roy S. Barr, Operator 

KING DRUG BUILDING 

King, N. C. 



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COMPANY 

Dry Goods — Notions 

Ladies & Men's Ready-To- Wear 

Furnishings — Overalls and 

Work Shirts 

Complete Department of Furniture, 

Floor Covering, Appliances and 

Television 

Complete Baby Department 

PHONE YU-3-8781 

King, N. C. 



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We please to serve and 
serve to please 

TINY DINY RESTAURANT 

KING, N. C. 
Phone YU-3-9305 



For the Best In Movie Entertainment 

Visit 

DEB'S 

at the 

THE FIRST RUN DRIVE-IN 

EAST BEND 
DRIVE-IN 

East Bend, N. C. 



Stop In For Good 
FOOD AND FUN 

KING BOWL INN 

Phone YU-3-9205 



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The Entire 

SENIOR CLASS 

KING DRIVE-IN 
THEATRE 



Fibber McGee 



H. A. Hendrix 



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L. M. LONG 



Jeweler and Watch Maker 



KING, N. C. 



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GREEN LUMBER CO. 

All Kinds of Building Materials 

PHONE 3-5765 
King, N. C. 



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MOOREFIELD 
ESSO SERVICE 

Grease Jobs — Oil Change 
Tires — Tubes and Batteries 

Phone YU-3-8315 
KING, N. C. 



Home Of 

LINGLE'S FINE CAKES 



Winston-Salem, N. C. 







KING MEAT MARKET 

Phone YU-3-8515 

KING, N. C, 

Cooler Low and Bill Law 



Compliment's of 



HULL & DOBBS 



Winston-Salem, N. C. 









FRITT'S MOTOR CO. 

General Repair and Body Work 
24-Hour Wrecker Service 

Brookstown Ave. at Burke Street 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 






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BROWN'S WAREHOUSE 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Simpson Newsome 

Proprietors 

A Sole Every Day 






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For Good Charter Bus Service 

CALL 8271 

Located at Ogburn Station 

TWIN CITY LINES, Inc. 

All Charter Buses Equipped 
With Radios 

Mailing Address: 

P. O. Box 2752 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



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or small, but we appreciate your 

friendship best of all. 

Compliments of 

PARAGON FOOD 
CENTER 

4330 North Liberty St. 

Owned and Operated by 
RAY E. CAUDLE 



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COCA-COLA 

The Pause That Refreshes 

WINSTON-SALEM 
BOTTLING COMPANY 



Compliments of 



TAYLOR'S WAREHOUSE 



Paul Taylor 



Kelly Ritter 



Winston-Salem, N, C 






Compliments of 



GLENN'S WAREHOUSE 



BOCOCK-STROUD CO. 

SPORTING GOODS 

Dependable for 33 Years 

PHONE 4-2421 






PETE KEIGER 
Printing Company 

Booklets — Color Printing 
Office Forms 

DIAL 3-1382 

410 Brookstown Avenue 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



SOUTHERN DAIRIES 

Quality Leaders of the South 

Insist On 

SEALTEST 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



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Compliments of 



A FRIEND 



J. V. STANLEY & SONS 

Groceries and Produce 

Route 52 Phone WO-9-2545 

Stanleyville, N, C. 



Products of 
Minneopolis-Moline 

LEINBACH 
MACHINERY CO. 

New and Used Farm and Sawmill 

Machinery — Frick Sawmills 

Irrigation Equipment 

Route 1 — Elkin Hi-Way 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Phone WA-4963, Old Town, N. C. 



BANK OF 
PILOT MOUNTAIN 

Pilot Mountain, N C. 
Deposits Insured To $10,000 

I. M. GORDON, President 

C. W. Thomas, Assistant Cashier 

J. W. Gordon, Cashier 

W. H. Reid, Vice-President 



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ROYAL TYPEWRITERS 
Standard — Portable — Electric 

CAROLINA BUSINESS 
MACHINES CO. 

Sales — Service — Rentals 

616 West Fourth Street 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



HERF-JONES CO. 

Rings — Invitations 
Trophies and Medals 
Indianapolis, Indiana 

E. W. Paddison, Representative 
Mount Airy, N. C. 



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Hooker's Electric Co. 

All Kinds of Wiring 

King, North Carolina 



STOKES LUMBER CO. 

Phone TEL-2596 
Walnut Cove, N. C. 



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PFAFF'S, Inc. 

Paints — Gloss — Wallpaper 

North Main Street 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



CLAY PRINTING CO. 

"The House That Price and 
Quality Built" 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 






Compliments of 

JOHNSON'S 
HATCHERY 

U. S. Approver Pullorum 
Cleaned Chicks 

Phone YU-3-8261 
King, N. C. 






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WALNUT COVE 
MOTOR COMPANY 

Your Friendly Ford Dealer 

WALNUT COVE, N. C. 




UNDERWEAR — SLEEPWEAR — SPORTSWEAR 









Compliments of 

SMITH & BECK 
SHELL SERVICE 

Route 52 
Rural Hall, N. C 



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Compliments of 

SLATE FURNITURE CO. 

Located in Stanleyville 

Dealers of 

Crosley & Kelvinator Appliances 

FINE FURNITURE 

Phone WO-93500 

Rural Hall, N C. 



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VADEN& TURNER 
ESSO SERVICE 

AAA 

Emergency Service — Esso Service 

Lubrication — Battery Service 

Tires, Wheels Balancing 

U. S. Route 52 
Phone WO-9-4453 
Rural Hall, N. C, 



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QUALITY OIL CO. 



Compliments of 

MONARCH 
FINER FOODS 

Consolidated Foods Corporation 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



PARKER AUTO 
PARTS CO. 

Auto Parts and Accessories 

PHONE 4-7461 
530 Waughtown Street 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



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Compliments of 

WALL DRY CLEANERS, 
Inc. 

PHONE WO-9-3385 
Rural Hall, N. C. 






PET 

DAIRY PRODUCTS CO 



1 19 Burke Street 

Phone 3-1381 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 






BOYLES FLOWERS 

Flowers For All Occasions 
Cut Flowers — Corsages 

Potted Plants 

Weddings — Decorations 

Funeral Designs 

Phone YU-3-8535 
King, N. C. 



C. W. MYERS 
TRADING POST 

1044 North Liberty Street 

Don't buy, build, sell or trade a 

house until you get our proposition. 

If we cannot save you money we 

don't want your business. Houses 

built on any location. We will 
furnish the land or will build on 

your own land. We trade for 
anything other people don't want. 
See us before you do any trading. 



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FARMER'S BANK 

Pilot Mountain, N. C 

34 Years of Service 

Member of FDIC 



LIBBY'S GRILL 

Where Good Food Is Better 
"Meet Me At Libby's" 
Sandwiches — Drinks 



JOE COVINGTON 
SERVICE STATION 

ESSO GAS AND OIL 

Firestone Tires and Tubes 

Willard Batteries — Groceries 

Route 1 King, N. C. 



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WARREN'S DRUG 
STORE 

Only The Best 

A Complete Drug Store 

We Fill Any Doctor's Prescription 

Phone WO-9-2965 
Rural Hall, N. C. 



PAUL TUTTLE 
SERVICE STATION 

ESSO GAS AND OIL 
Road King Tires and Tubes 



Route 1 



King, N. C. 



Compliments of 

COMMERCIAL AND 
FARMERS BANK 

Phone 9-2015 Rural Hall, N. C. 

O. L. Kiger, President and Cashier 

Cameron R. Payne, Vice-President 

R. N. Gentry, Assistant Cashier 

Member of FDIC 

Assets Over 2V2 Million Dollars 



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Compliments of 

SALEM PAPER CO. 

QUALITY PAPER 

Box 5155 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



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AMERICAN LEGION 
AUXILIARY 

American Legion Post 290 

King, North Carolina 






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E. L KISER CO., Inc. 

Your Air-Conditioned, Self-Service 
Grocery Food Center 

DRY GOODS — RED GOOSE SHOES 

FURNITURE — PHILCO RADIOS 

Shop In Comfort 

Phone 9-2975 
Rural Hall, N. C 



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WINSTON STEAM 
LAUNDRY 

Veri-Cleon Dry Cleaning 

P. O. Box 750 1102 Ivy Ave 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

King Representative: 

Mr. T. W. Loggins 

DR. PEPPER 




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YEARBOOK PUBIISHERS PHONE 4-7851 1318 SOUTH HAWTHORNE ROAD 

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